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Carnival Cruise hit by data breach, warns of data misuse risk

BleepingComputer, Sergiu Gatlan
“The impacted information includes data routinely collected during the guest experience and travel booking process or through the course of employment or providing services to the Company, including COVID or other safety testing.” Read More

Biden tells Putin certain cyberattacks should be ‘off-limits’

Reuters, Vladimir Soldatkin & Humeyra Pamuk
“We agreed to task experts in both our countries to work on specific understandings about what is off-limits. We’ll find out whether we have a cybersecurity arrangement that begins to bring some order.” Read More

NATO: Series of cyberattacks could be seen as the same threat as an armed attack

ZDNet, Liam Tung
“Allies recognise that the impact of significant malicious cumulative cyber activities might, in certain circumstances, be considered as amounting to an armed attack.” Read More

Intuit notifies customers of compromised TurboTax accounts

BleepingComputer, Sergiu Gatlan
“By accessing your account, the unauthorized party may have obtained information contained in a prior year’s tax return or your current tax return in progress, such as your name, Social Security number, address(es), date of birth, driver’s license number and financial information (e.g., salary and deductions)….” Read More

How Hackers Used Slack to Break into EA Games

Vice, Joseph Cox
“A representative for the hackers told Motherboard in an online chat that the process started by purchasing stolen cookies being sold online for $10 and using those to gain access to a Slack channel used by EA. The hackers then requested a multifactor authentication token from EA IT support to gain access to EA’s corporate network.” Read More

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